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Painter, painting

Every now and then I get the idea to venture out and do some street photography. And since I don’t really even know how to do street photography in a way that is, you know, good, the best I can achieve so far is mixed results.

And here’s an example of some mixed results – a guy painting the arch above a doorway at a train station. You can’t see it in the photo (remember when I said “mixed results”?), but he was using a tiny paint roller.

Santa Fe Depot
San Diego, California
photographed 3.10.2020

And there was light

The gentleman who was mowing the lawn across the street from the church was mightly interested in what I was doing. I guess they don’t get too many photographers wandering around town.

Anyway, I ducked out of his view, down a sidewalk, and was rewarded with the sight of the sun cutting through the old pressed glass windows.

First United Methodist Church
Santa Anna, Texas
photographed 2.17.2020

In the house

And here’s the view I am sure you’ve all been waiting for: inside the 2,500 seat Helen DeVitt Jones Main Theater. The inaugural season will be announced soon…

Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences (under construction)
Lubbock, Texas
photographed 2.4.2020

Steps Two Through Five

Another view of the stairs from yesterday’s post. I am not sure why they’ve been numbered during construction, but I liked it.

Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences (under construction)
Lubbock, Texas
photographed 2.4.2020

Grand Staircase (and scaffolding)

A view of the grand lobby of the under-construction Buddy Holly Hall, including the helical staircase.

Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences (under construction)
Lubbock, Texas
photographed 2.4.2020

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